Non-linear relationships between cognitive function and alcohol consumption in young, middle-aged and older adults: PATH Through Life Project
Aims: To investigate associations, including non-linear relationships, between cognitive function and alcohol consumption, testing for moderating effects of age and gender and for differences across outcome measures. Design: Cross-sectional general population samples of three age cohorts. Setting: Canberra and Queanbeyan, Australia. Participants: The total sample of 7485 consisted of 2404 men and women aged 20-24 years, 2530 aged 40-44 years, and 2551 aged 60-64 years, selected from the...[Show more]
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